During a BBC News report on Facebook allowing beheading videos Tuesday night, anchor Clive Myrie was caught making a rather awkward hand gesture.
Just as the news program was displaying David Cameron's tweet about Facebook's policy on beheading videos, the camera quickly switched back to Myrie, and caught him doing this:
Myrie made the "cut" gesture after accidentally saying the word "patients" instead of "parents" while reading out David Cameron's tweet.
His gesture didn't go unnoticed:
All of which makes this moment seem incredibly less awkward:
Neither Myrie or the BBC have commented on the gesture.